Wolverhampton won the Black Country School Games Summer Festival for the 2nd year in a row, which was held on Friday 29th June 2018 at the University of Wolverhampton, Walsall Campus.
The Festival was the grand finale of a 6 month programme and included 10 sports, an opening and closing ceremony and a variety of sporting events for all ages.
Schools had competed over the academic year to win their regional competitions and qualify through to the event.
The Festival saw over 1500 young people from across 80 Black Country schools taking part.
Over 200 young leaders and volunteers made up the workforce organising and delivering the events programme.
For the second year running, Wolverhampton won this years ‘Joel Richards Black Country Schools Games Festival Cup’.
For further information on the Black Country School Games, email Sanjay Bensal or call Sanjay on 01384 471113.
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